Sir Montagu Allen, Lady Meredith, Charles-Édouard Gravel, Sir Arthur Currie… Would they have drunk Golden Square Mile? We have no idea. But they did all live in the Golden Square Mile when a beer much like this one was being brewed in Montreal.

Based on a local recipe from the 1930s, this Golden Ale offers subtle floral aromas, along with hints of citrus, pear, and peach.

A refreshing blonde ale lightly hopped with Styrian Golding, Brewer’s Gold, and East Kent Golding hops, the Golden Square Mile reflects the tasteful opulence of its namesake neighbourhood.

Golden Square Mile: Tasting Notes

  • Based on a local Montreal recipe from the 1930s, this golden ale offers subtle floral aromas, along with hints of citrus, pear, and peach. Lightly hopped with Styrian Golding, Brewer’s Gold, and East Kent Golding hops, Golden Square Mile reflects the tasteful opulence of its namesake neighbourhood.
  • Ingredients: Water, malted barley, hops, brewer’s yeast
  • ABV = 4.5%
  • IBU = 25